Dr Miles Upfold
Dr. Miles Upfold is a Chiropractor who graduated from RMIT in Melbourne with a Bachelor of Applied Clinical Science and a Bachelor of Chiropractic Science. Chiropractic is a 5 year full-time university degree. Since that time he showed a special interest in Sports Chiropractic and gained his International Chiropractic Sports Science Diploma in 2001.
He started studying his Masters in Paediatrics in 2003. He has been on the board of the Chiropractors’ Association of Australia and a Chiropractic Coach with Carter Universal, an international Chiropractic coaching program.
Dr Upfold is married to Meagan and they have five children, Zeke born, 2003, Jasmyn, born 2005, Sage 2007, Violet born 2009 and little Summer born 2015! He is dedicated to offering people choices about their health and lifestyle through sharing his knowledge of Chiropractic.
Sarah is originally from Tasmania but has lived and worked overseas while working for Emirates Airlines for the last 6 years. She discovered a love for Pilates while she was cabin crew, which inspired her to become a Balanced Body certified Pilates instructor. She is passionate about helping others develop a sense of body awareness and using Pilates exercises for rehabilitation. In her spare time she enjoys the beach, coastal walks and cooking!
Anthea is a sports enthusiast, as a competitive Triathlete Anthea was drawn to chiropractic after sourcing Up for athletic performance.
“I have always been intrigued by the human body and how to optimise one’s health. I put a lot of stress on my body through the shear amount on hours spent running, cycling and swimming. Chiropractic is an important part of my athletic performance and my general wellbeing, I love being able to share the amazing benefits of chiropractic to the general public”.
Madison has grown up in Perth and has just completed her final year of high school. She is looking to continue her studies at University in the areas of Pathological Science and Forensics. In her spare time, she likes to remain healthy by volunteering at her local surf-club with the nippers and participating as an active surf lifesaving patrol member. As well as taking her dog for walks down to the beach she ensures she cares for her mental health by allowing herself time to relax every day where she will read or put together a journal spread.